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Troubleshooting - Secondary
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Microcredential ID : 23
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Computing Systems - Secondary
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0.5 PTSB Recertification Credit

Description

This micro-credential represents the knowledge of how to teach the use of computing in a secondary classroom to support students in learning that identifying the problem is the first step to fixing it. As students progress, they learn systematic problem-solving processes and how to develop their own troubleshooting strategies based on a deeper understanding of how computing systems work. When computing systems do not work as intended, troubleshooting strategies help people solve the problem. Please locate "01. PROFICIENCY SCALE – Computing Systems – Troubleshooting" under resources to view specific Wyoming Computer Science Content and Performance Standards and the CSTA Standards for Teachers included in this micro-credential.

Variables - Elementary
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Microcredential ID : 56
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Algorithms and Programming - Elementary
Credits
0.5 PTSB Recertification Credit

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Earners demonstrate their understanding of how computer programs store and manipulate data using variables. Earners will demonstrate how they support students in learning about variables and ways to organize extensive data collections into data structures of increasing complexity. Additionally, earners will need to show how they plan activities that use evidence-based, CS-specific teaching strategies to develop students’ conceptual understanding and proactively address student misconceptions in CS.

Variables - Secondary
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Microcredential ID : 44
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Algorithms and Programming - Secondary
Credits
0.5 PTSB Recertification Credit

Description

Earners demonstrate their understanding of how computer programs store and manipulate data using variables. Earners will demonstrate how they support students in learning about variables and ways to organize extensive data collections into data structures of increasing complexity. Additionally, earners will need to show how they plan activities that use evidence-based, CS-specific teaching strategies to develop students’ conceptual understanding and proactively address student misconceptions in CS.

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